What Is Will Always Fucking Be
What Is Will Always Fucking Be
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magictransistor:

Anonymous. Hand of Buddha. 15th century. 
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5582db:

Thomas Voillaume - Titan
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Thomas Voillaume - Titan
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Thomas Voillaume - Titan
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Thomas Voillaume - Titan
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Thomas Voillaume - Titan
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Thomas Voillaume - Titan
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Thomas Voillaume - Titan
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Thomas Voillaume - Titan
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Thomas Voillaume - Titan
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statues-and-monuments:

statues-and-monumentsSculpture, Loggia dei Lanzi, Piazza della Signoria, Florence by Ron Gunzburger San Niccolo, Florence, Tuscany
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bauldoff:

Sculptor Andy Yoder spent two years building this lovely globe from individually-painted matchsticks. His son, reddit user yoderaustin, explains that the frame is a mix of foam, cardboard, and plywood. One by one, Yoder attached the hand-painted matches to this skeleton with wood glue, before lastly—in an effort that one may consider to be of both precaution and irony—dousing the entire form in flame retardant.
Be sure to note Hurricane Sandy collapsing upon the eastern American coast in the final photo above.The piece will be exhibited by Winkleman Gallery at this year’s PULSE New York Contemporary Art Fair, May 8–11.
bauldoff:

Sculptor Andy Yoder spent two years building this lovely globe from individually-painted matchsticks. His son, reddit user yoderaustin, explains that the frame is a mix of foam, cardboard, and plywood. One by one, Yoder attached the hand-painted matches to this skeleton with wood glue, before lastly—in an effort that one may consider to be of both precaution and irony—dousing the entire form in flame retardant.
Be sure to note Hurricane Sandy collapsing upon the eastern American coast in the final photo above.The piece will be exhibited by Winkleman Gallery at this year’s PULSE New York Contemporary Art Fair, May 8–11.
bauldoff:

Sculptor Andy Yoder spent two years building this lovely globe from individually-painted matchsticks. His son, reddit user yoderaustin, explains that the frame is a mix of foam, cardboard, and plywood. One by one, Yoder attached the hand-painted matches to this skeleton with wood glue, before lastly—in an effort that one may consider to be of both precaution and irony—dousing the entire form in flame retardant.
Be sure to note Hurricane Sandy collapsing upon the eastern American coast in the final photo above.The piece will be exhibited by Winkleman Gallery at this year’s PULSE New York Contemporary Art Fair, May 8–11.
bauldoff:

Sculptor Andy Yoder spent two years building this lovely globe from individually-painted matchsticks. His son, reddit user yoderaustin, explains that the frame is a mix of foam, cardboard, and plywood. One by one, Yoder attached the hand-painted matches to this skeleton with wood glue, before lastly—in an effort that one may consider to be of both precaution and irony—dousing the entire form in flame retardant.
Be sure to note Hurricane Sandy collapsing upon the eastern American coast in the final photo above.The piece will be exhibited by Winkleman Gallery at this year’s PULSE New York Contemporary Art Fair, May 8–11.
bauldoff:

Sculptor Andy Yoder spent two years building this lovely globe from individually-painted matchsticks. His son, reddit user yoderaustin, explains that the frame is a mix of foam, cardboard, and plywood. One by one, Yoder attached the hand-painted matches to this skeleton with wood glue, before lastly—in an effort that one may consider to be of both precaution and irony—dousing the entire form in flame retardant.
Be sure to note Hurricane Sandy collapsing upon the eastern American coast in the final photo above.The piece will be exhibited by Winkleman Gallery at this year’s PULSE New York Contemporary Art Fair, May 8–11.
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bellagraced:

source
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yuikki:

千尋社 by Ryugeju on Flickr.
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yuikki:

Mt.Inari by Ryugeju on Flickr.
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yuikki:

神楽殿 by Ryugeju on Flickr.
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the-unpopular-opinions:

In light of idiotic Christians being insulted and mad at the Cosmos documentary, while calling it “atheist propaganda”, because apparently, observing and experimenting in order to come to a conclusion is horrible and completely ridiculous, I’d like to point something out, because people seem to tolerate their bullshit outbursts as “freedom of religion”.
Christians, you have exactly no right to complain about anything related to science or atheism. For hundreds of years, it was Christians who tortured and burned people at the stake for “witchcraft” by the tens of thousands. It was Christians who brutally tortured, shamed and murdered people in cold blood for not blindly following their faith and being curious about our existence and the Universe. It was Christians who destroyed literature pertaining to discoveries that didn’t fit their bullshit agenda. And it was Christians who “converted” people through fear, by murdering those who did not believe (hello, inquisition). The death toll of all those things combined, and more, goes into the hundreds of thousands, perhaps more. Torture, horrific means of execution, shaming, casting people out of society, taking everything they have. All in the name of your God and your holy book.
If all the atrocities committed by Christians in the last thousand years were done by a political organization, that organization would be banned, shunned, condemned, and spoken of only to show how evil it was (as all mass murdering, book-burning institutions are - I bet you can think of a few). But since they did it for “God” and in the name of a religion, that apparently excuses it all, and we’re supposed to tolerate it, because it’s history, and because “those were just the wrong Christians, what’s important is what’s in the Bible and that not all Christians were/are like that!” (see: no true Scotsman fallacy).
But oh, we’re so fucking sorry for questioning your ancient beliefs in discussions and on the Internet, we apologize for using science to discover the wonders of the Universe, and we’re so sorry for making documentaries that upset you, because they show us explanations for the cosmos based on observation and experimentation, and they dare say the truth about religion impairing scientific progress! What horrible things! Those fedora-wearing, MLP-loving douchebags, how can they do that? Such suffering brought upon those gentle believers! Poor Christianity, it sure didn’t deserve this!
You hypocritical, sleazy fucks.
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joycemanorx:

Neck Deep @ Banquet Records by Kai Lyu on Flickr.
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jrcmccordphotodiary:

Being As An Ocean - Frankfurt, Germany
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hopelesshoping:

Counterparts- Debris
(Flickr)
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